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Malesian Frog
Singapore
 

 
     
   

Corrugated Frog
Peninsular Malaysia
 

 
     
   

Sooty-headed Bulbul
Java, Indonesia
 

 
     
   

Harlequin Flying Frog
Peninsular Malaysia
 

 
     
   

Javan Pipistrelle
Singapore
 

 




With over 600 pages of images and factsheets, this website is a good starting point to learn something of the wildlife of Southeast Asia. There are over 200 species of reptile and 150 species of mammal featured here, including many elusive, smaller mammals such as flying squirrels, shrews and murids. My factsheets tend not to focus too closely on the depressing aspects of the rampant trade in the region's wildlife - I leave that to the experts from Traffic, whose articles can be reached from the News Links section and in the links below.  

 
   
  

Last update : 28th May 2017
 

  
  Singapore : Bat man has a secret mission on Pulau Ubin
  Malaysia : NGOs: Hands off Ulu Muda!
  Report identifies Singapore as world痴 second largest shark fin trader
  Cambodia痴 Virachey National Park in Danger
  Son Doong Cave: Tourism and conservation in one of Vietnam痴 largest national parks
  Vietnam: Pensioner nabbed for smuggling leopard skins and elephant parts
  Malaysia : Ulu Muda wildlife under threat from poachers from Laos and Myanmar
  Malaysian Customs make large seizure of threatened Malagasy tortoises
  Mapping seizures to aid conservation of imperilled Helmeted Hornbill
  Conservationists plan expedition to secret 鮮oah痴 Ark in Sumatra
  Report details enormous corruption, illegal logging along Vietnam-Cambodia border
  Extremely rare bay cat filmed in Borneo
  Indigenous groups, activists risk arrest to blockade logging in Malaysia
  The rise and fall of Regina Lopez, the Philippines maverick environment minister
  Palm oil firm pledges to stop deforesting after RSPO freezes its operations in Papua
  A fight to control chainsaws in Myanmar could turn the tide on illegal logging
  Over the bridge: The battle for the future of the Kinabatangan
  Singapore convicts rosewood trader in historic CITES seizure
  Is a property boom in Malaysia causing a fisheries bust in Penang?
  Plans for a bridge in a critical wildlife area in Borneo have been scrapped
  RSPO accused of letting palm oil firm proceed with dodgy audits in Papua
   

(For links to older news articles, search the news links)

 

 
On 1st January 2016 a new initiative was launched on this website. It's a simple, online journal called 'Southeast Asia Vertebrate Records (SEAVR)' - click here to learn more.  The short documents uploaded to SEAVR are easy to read and informative. They will, hopefully, play a role in documenting interesting wildlife finds made by nature enthusiasts.


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